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More Cap Coast Patients Seeing Surgical Specialists

More Capital and Coast District Health Board patients were assessed by surgical specialists in the past year than ever before, according new figures released by the Ministry of Health.

More Lakes Patients Seeing Surgical Specialists

"More Lakes patients were assessed by surgical specialists in the past year than ever before, according new figures released by the Ministry of Health.

Doctor Suspended For Professional Misconduct

Doctor Suspended For Professional Misconduct

The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal (HPDT) yesterday suspended Auckland doctor Ratilal Ranchhod for two years for professional misconduct relating to conducting medicals when he was not allowed to.

Finance For Biodiversity Must Be Used More Efficiently And Scaled Up, Says OECD

Finance For Biodiversity Must Be Used More Efficiently And Scaled Up, Says OECD

Biodiversity provides critical ecosystem services for our economy, society and human wellbeing - bees to fertilize crops, plants that provide medicines, and forests that clean air and regulate our climate.

Health, Safety And Environment Issues Go Under The Spotlight At Osea2010 International Conference

Health, Safety And Environment Issues Go Under The Spotlight At Osea2010 International Conference

Singapore, Oct 4, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Oil and gas exploration and production operations push the boundaries of modern engineering and the consequences of failure have become all too apparent in recent months.

New Chairman For Wakefield Health

New Chairman For Wakefield Health

Wellington, Oct 4 NZPA - Wakefield Health chairman John Calder has resigned from the position and will be replaced by Wellington-based director Alan Isaac, who was also KPMG New Zealand chairman for 10 years.

Mammograms Urged

Mammograms Urged

Wellington, Oct 4 NZPA - Health Minister Tony Ryall is encouraging all women over 40 to undertake regular mammograms.

His comments come during Breast Cancer Action Month, which aims to raise awareness of a disease.

Complaint Against Drug Company Upheld By ASA

Complaint Against Drug Company Upheld By ASA

Wellington, Oct 4 NZPA - A drug company's complaints against a competing company, which markets and manufactures the painkiller Nurofen, has been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

Stomach Bugs Linked To Lambs And Calves

Stomach Bugs Linked To Lambs And Calves

Health authorities are reporting an increase in stomach diseases in the Southland area and are warning farmers to be careful when handling newborn lambs and calves.

The Flawed Guru - Technology Part 4

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